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  • T/IR Systems Introduces New Thermography Software

    Burlington, NJ July 31, 2019 – T/IR Systems LLC announced today the release of TI Reporter™, a new cloud-based software for infrared thermography. TI ReporterTM works with all thermal imagers and allows thermographers to quickly generate standards-compliant reports for a wide variety of applications. T/IR Systems LLC is the parent company of Infraspection Institute.

  • IR/INFO 2019 – A Resounding Success!

    Burlington, NJ January 30, 2019 — Infraspection Institute’s IR/INFO Conference was held earlier this month in New Orleans, LA. IR/INFO 2019 marks the 30th anniversary for the advanced training conference, technical symposium and technology expo.

  • Infraspection Institute Master Thermographer Seal Now a Registered Trademark

    Alexandria, VA January 16, 2019 – The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has awarded Infraspection Institute registration for its mark and designation, ‘Infraspection Institute Master Thermographer’.

  • Free Video Content for Infrared Inspection Websites

    Infraspection Institute is pleased to announce the availability of free video content for thermography websites. An entire series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are available free-of-charge through Infraspection Institute’s YouTube channel.

  • United Infrared Announces Passing of Rob Miller

    On last Thursday, our beloved and respected Rob Miller passed away from natural causes while working at a job site in Massachusetts.

  • Infraspection Institute Partners with InterNACHI for Infrared Training

    Burlington, NJ — July 11, 2018 — Infraspection Institute and the InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) have announced dates for infrared training courses at two InterNACHI facilities. Infraspection Institute’s course, Infrared Inspections for Home and Building Inspectors, will be taught at InterNACHI’s House of Horrors® facilities in Boulder, CO and Weston, FL.

  • IR/INFO 2018 Provides a Hot Time in New Orleans

    Burlington, NJ January 30, 2018 — Infraspection Institute’s IR/INFO Conference was recently held in New Orleans, LA. IR/INFO 2018 marks the 29th anniversary for the advanced training conference, technical symposium and technology expo.

  • Infraspection Institute's Jim Seffrin Joins InterNACHI®

    BOULDER, Colo. (Dec. 27, 2017) - The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®) announced today that Jim Seffrin has been appointed its new Director of Thermography Training.

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  • Inspecting Service Entrance Cables

    When performing infrared inspections of electrical systems, many thermographers tend to focus their attention on outdoor substations and overhead electric lines. Unexpected failures can occur when service entrance cables are overlooked.

  • How Dust Creates Full Size Thermal Imagery

    When performing an infrared inspection of the interior of a building, you may be able to visually observe full-size thermal images without your thermal imager. The cause of this phenomenon is simple dust and dirt normally found within most buildings.

  • Outsourcing IR Services

    Whether you are considering instituting an IR inspection program or already have one in place, obtaining competent manpower can be a challenge. One potential solution is to outsource services for additional manpower and expertise.

  • Files Worth Saving

    With year-end in sight, many will begin the annual process of clearing out files and getting ready for the upcoming year. In this week’s Tip, we share some thoughts on files that you may wish to keep.

  • Setting Temperature Limits

    Over the past thirty years, a number of temperature severity guidelines have been published by various organizations. When using these guidelines, you may compare similar components under similar load to each other OR compare the subject component to ambient. The former of these approaches is recommended since ambient temperature can swing widely over time. Furthermore, it is often impossible to obtain an accurate ambient temperature for devices located within an enclosure once the enclosure has been opened for the infrared inspection.

  • Checklists: Often-Overlooked Improvement Tools

    "D’ya think I’m stupid? Checklists are for dummies." "I know what I’m doing. I’ve done it for years." "Why would I ever need a checklist?" These types of remarks sum up what, even now, is a widely held view among maintenance and reliability teams on many plant floors.

  • Intrinsically Safe Equipment

    Intrinsically safe test equipment is a requirement for workplaces where combustible gasses may be present. Prior to performing an infrared inspection in such areas, it is important to understand the meaning and importance of this requirement.

  • Winter Driving Tips

    With an unusually harsh winter well underway, many have already experienced driving challenges associated with severe weather. With this Tip, we offer some advice for driving in winter conditions.